Residents can drop off storm debris and fallen trees site at Meadowpark, 3200 Meadowpark Drive, or cut debris into 4foot lengths weighing less than 50 pounds and place them at the curb for Allied Waste to pick up. Items larger than this will still be picked up by Allied Waste, but it will require specialized equipment and take longer. Allied will be picking up storm related debris only on upcoming Saturdays.
Call Allied Waste at 817-332-7301 to schedule a pickup or call Mirenda Walden with the city of Bedford at 817-952-2107.
Residents should keep their regular trash separate from debris bundles so that regular trash pickup on Mondays and Thursdays is not delayed.
The city will pay its waste hauler, IESI, to make an extra pass through the city to pick up storm debris in about a week, city spokeswoman Mona Gandy said. The city is waiting for word from IESI about how residents should bundle limbs and other debris, she said. The city is considering April 19 for the extra pickup, but residents should watch the city’s Web site, www.colleyville.com or call 817-503-1111 for information.
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Place bundled trees limbs and brush at your normal collection point before 7 a.m. Bundles can be no longer than 4 feet in length and can weigh no more than 50 pounds. A reasonable amount will be picked up on regularly scheduled collection days.
Special pickup for loose brush can be arranged by calling Allied Waste Services at 817-332-7301, ext. 7. Charges are $30 for 1 to 5 cubic yards, $75 for 6 to 10 cubic yards, $135 for 10 to 15 cubic yards, and roll-off rates apply to larger quantities. Five cubic yards is approximately 8 feet in diameter and 4 feet high.
Residents can haul material to the Allied Waste Services Transfer Station, 6200 Elliott Reeder Road, on Saturdays from noon to 4 p.m. Residents must show proof of residency, such as a driver's license, or a copy of their most recent Euless water bill.
Residents can place storm debris at the street and behind the curb. Storm debris pickup will be as soon as possible.
The annual Spring Clean Up Days will be April 19, April 26 and May 3. The City is asking that citizens hold their storm debris until then if possible. The drop-off hours are 7 a.m. to noon on each date in the parking lot of Bellaire Shopping Center on Pipeline Road. For more information call 817-788-7088.
Residents can also take debris to Allied's Transfer Station located at 6100 Elliott Reeder Rd, Haltom City.